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  • NeverNeverland
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    THe town goers to bed early because the malls close early! Geez.

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  • symbolic
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    Originally posted by Radiobarry View Post
    Compared to when I worked at D/L and lived in the area 60's-80's...the area now is a cosmopolitan dynamo.

    There are a whole lot more things to do and places to go now than there were years ago.

    No, it's not exactly like "the big city".

    Nothing WRONG with that, by the way.

    --Barry
    I was kidding =) just go s. on the 55, to much to do! or n. on the 5 either way there is a ton of stuff goin on.

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  • duckiedianne
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    As far as dueling Piano bars go I'm a fan of Rockin Taco Cantina in Downtown Fullerton. They have great performers and all their bartenders are flair bartenders so they can all do those crazy bartending tricks and stuff.

    http://www.rockintaco.com/

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  • brassplayer
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    Originally posted by DLMountainFan View Post
    Unfortunatly Sing Sing closed down a while ago.
    RIP Sing Sing. That place was awesome.

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  • desertdweller
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    I'm surprised no one mentioned S. Coast Metro.

    Many first rate restaurants (some of the best in the county), The Performing Arts Center, the Segerstrom Concert Hall, South Coast Repertory Theater right next door with two auditoriums.

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  • DLMountainFan
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    Originally posted by Parisi View Post
    I am sure its to late now, but I would have suggested the Irvine spectrum shopping center. I went there a couple of years ago, and I had an awesome time... It has a kick *** dual piano bar called Sing Sing... as well as a movie theater, awesome food, and fun.
    Unfortunatly Sing Sing closed down a while ago.

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  • Parisi
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    I am sure its to late now, but I would have suggested the Irvine spectrum shopping center. I went there a couple of years ago, and I had an awesome time... It has a kick *** dual piano bar called Sing Sing... as well as a movie theater, awesome food, and fun.

    http://www.shopirvinespectrumcenter.com/

    71 FORTUNE DRIVE
    IRVINE CA, 92618

    1: Start out going Southeast on S DISNEYLAND DR by turning right. 0.1 miles
    (0.2 km) 2: Turn SHARP LEFT onto ramp. 0.0 miles
    (0.1 km) 3: Keep RIGHT at the fork in the ramp. 0.2 miles
    (0.3 km) 4: Merge onto I-5 S. 15.5 miles
    (25.0 km) 5: Take the exit towards ALTON PKWY. 0.1 miles
    (0.2 km) 6: Keep LEFT at the fork in the ramp. 0.0 miles
    (0.1 km) 7: Stay straight to go onto FORTUNE DR. 0.3 miles
    (0.5 km) Total Distance: 16.4 miles (26.3 km) Estimated Time: 19 minutes

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  • Radiobarry
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    Originally posted by symbolic View Post
    I have no idea, Orange County is way behind the rest of the nation as far as entertainment goes...there's always the 10 o clock news, if your interested in farming oranges....then youll be very satisfied!
    Compared to when I worked at D/L and lived in the area 60's-80's...the area now is a cosmopolitan dynamo.

    There are a whole lot more things to do and places to go now than there were years ago.

    No, it's not exactly like "the big city".

    Nothing WRONG with that, by the way.

    --Barry

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  • Loomis
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    Originally posted by nemopoppins View Post
    I think it's a west coast thing that people go to bed early.

    At least one person has to be up late answering the phones and tending to the general perkiness of the place.

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  • nemopoppins
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    I think it's a west coast thing that people go to bed early.

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  • symbolic
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    I have no idea, Orange County is way behind the rest of the nation as far as entertainment goes...there's always the 10 o clock news, if your interested in farming oranges....then youll be very satisfied!

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  • Zeus
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    go to halloween haunt!!! It's so awsome..and coasters.MMM..it's off of Beach & La Palma..Just go up from Harbor/Katella --> go down katella to beach, make a right and go down about 2.5 miles.. it'll be on your left, cant miss the huge coasters :P it's in Buena Park

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  • spunkymonkey
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    The block at orannge. Great shops and restaurants, and lots to do.

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  • travelmom
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    There is no reason to be bored!
    get over to Downtown Disney, and quit yer whining!!!
    Get out there

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  • Radiobarry
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    There's also Hooters, in the stadium area...the restaurant and sports bar, that is...

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  • bee1000
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    Next time, try going to Zankou (http://www.zankouchicken.com/index.html) and get some Armenian chicken. It's about 3 blocks west of DL, at 2424 W. Ball Rd. They're open until 10 every night.

    "The best chicken in town at any price: moist, juicy and fragrant." -- L.A. Times

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  • duckiedianne
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    Lost Bar or Uva Bar!

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  • Loomis
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    Originally posted by Max Fischer View Post
    Do you have $100 and an extra room key?
    If you are only paying $100, I want to party with you, mon frere.

    How much does it cost to get them t dress as Ariel?

    Wait, we're talking about Tic-Tac-Toe here, right?

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  • bonofiededge
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    Yeah i've already seen Departed. I feel all warm inside just thinkin about it but it was a great movie

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  • Max Fischer
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    I would go to a movie, but then that's the kind of wild high roller I am. Go see The Departed, it is an amazing family flick, with a warm message for the whole family.*














    *Note- By 'Amazing family flick' I mean there is so much violence, killing and drugs this film makes Pulp Fiction look like Lady and the Tramp.

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